The India Band LoRa Module has an external PA/ LNA, conforming to the WPC regulations to allow upto 30dBm as well as allowing one to be greedy in terms of range and performance. The design ensures the nearby CDMA RFI (interference) is neither interfered nor causes any interference to our transmissions.
It has the following specifications:
|Transmit Power||28-30 dBm||29dBm typical|
|Protocols Supported||LoRaWAN, Native||Works with Things Networks, Semtech or the Raspberry Pi based LoRa Gateways|
|Peak Transmit Current||500mA||Peak measured, at 5V input|
|Standby||100uA||This is with our power hungry regulators.|